ResearchGatescholarPeer-reviewed Articles:


14. Pasanen H, Junninen K, Boberg J, Tatsumi S, Stenlid J, Kouki J (2018) Life after tree death: does restored dead wood host different fungal communities to natural woody substrates? Forest Ecology and Management 409: 863–871

13. Tatsumi S, Ohgue T, Azuma A, Tuovinen V, Imada Y, Mori AS, Thor G, Ranlund Å (2017) Tree hollows can affect epiphyte species composition. Ecological Research 32(4): 503–509. [Ecological Research Paper Award] PDF

12. Mori AS, Tatsumi S, Gustafsson L (2017) Landscape properties affect biodiversity response to retention approaches in forestry. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(6): 1627–1637. PDF

11. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Mori AS (2016) Estimating competition coefficients in tree communities: a hierarchical Bayesian approach to neighborhood analysis. Ecosphere 7(3): e01273. PDF

10. Nishizawa K, Tatsumi S, Kitagawa R, Mori AS (2016) Deer herbivory affects the functional diversity of forest floor plants via changes in competition-mediated assembly rules. Ecological Research 31(4): 569–578. [Ecological Research Paper AwardPDF

9. Owari T, Okamura K, Fukushi K, Kasahara H, Tatsumi S (2016) Single-tree management for high-value timber species in a cool-temperate mixed forest in northern Japan. IJBSESM 12(1–2): 74–82. PDF

8.  Mori AS, Qian S, Tatsumi S (2015) Academic inequality through the lens of community ecology: a meta-analysis. PeerJ 3e1457. PDF

7. Owari T, Tatsumi S, Ning L, Yin M (2015) Height growth of Korean pine seedlings planted under strip-cut larch plantations in northeast China. International Journal of Forestry Research Art 178681. PDF

6. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Yin M, Ning L (2014) Neighborhood analysis of underplanted Korean pine demography in larch plantations: implications for uneven-aged management in northeast China. Forest Ecology and Management 322: 10–18. PDF

5. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Kasahara H, Nakagawa Y (2014) Individual-level analysis of damage to residual trees after single-tree selection harvesting in northern Japanese mixedwood stands. Journal of Forest Research 19(4): 369–378. PDF

4. Tatsumi S, Owari T (2013) Modeling the effects of individual-tree size, distance, and species on understory vegetation based on neighborhood analysis. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43(11): 1006–1014. [Editor’s choice] PDF

3. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Ohkawa A, Nakagawa Y (2013) Bayesian modeling of neighborhood competition in uneven-aged mixed-species stands. Forest Resources and Mathematical Modeling 12: 191–209.

2. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Toyama K, Shiraishi N (2012) Adaptation of a spatially-explicit individual-based forest dynamics model SORTIE-ND to conifer-broadleaved mixed stands in the University of Tokyo Hokkaido Forest. Forest Resources and Mathematical Modeling 11: 1–26.

1. Suzuki S, Tatsumi S, Ueno Y (2010) Multiple-criteria decision-support system for optimising spatial distribution in a forest classification process. Journal of Forest Planning 16(1): 17–26.

Other publications:

8. 辰巳晋一 (2016) 単木情報を使った統計モデリング. 森林計画学会誌 50(1): 51–53. PDF

7. 辰巳晋一 (2015) カラマツ林に樹下植栽されたチョウセンゴヨウの動態モデリング:中国東北部における二段林施業に向けて. 広嶋卓也・吉本敦 編. 「森林計画・計測における統計理論の応用に係わる若手研究集会」資料集. pp. 10–12. (ISBN 978-4-915870-45-3)

6. 尾張敏章、江口由典、宅間隆二、岡村行治、福岡哲、木村徳志、辰巳晋一 (2015) 択伐天然林の更新を補助するための精密植栽技術の開発 (予報). 北方森林研究 63: 81–84.

5. Owari T, Tatsumi S, Ning L, Yin M (2014) Height growth of Korean pine saplings planted under strip-cut larch plantations in northeast China. The International Forestry Review 16(5): 366–367.

4. Owari T, Okamura K, Fukushi K, Kasahara H, Tatsumi S (2014) Single-tree management for high-value timber species in a mixed conifer-hardwood forest in northern Japan. The International Forestry Review 16(5): 144.

3. 尾張敏章、福士憲司、広川俊英、井上崇、江口由典、辰巳晋一、美濃羽靖、中島徹 (2012) 林分施業法の選木技術:ウダイカンバ二次林の事例. 北方森林研究 60: 77–80.

2. Tatsumi S, Owari T, Yamamoto H, Shiraishi N (2010) Forty-two years of stand structure development in a natural sub-boreal forest under selection system in central Hokkaido, Japan. The International Forestry Review 12(5): 87.

1. 辰巳晋一、尾張敏章、山本博一、白石則彦 (2010) 混交林択伐施業による42年間の林分構造の変化:東京大学北海道演習林の事例. 関東森林研究 61: 53–56.